A report by the Urban Institute, a nonprofit group that carries out economic and social policy research, found that geographical factors play a role in how much a state spends on children and that there are substantial differences between states. States in the Southern and Western regions of the United States spend less per child […]
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the WHO regional office for the Americas, and the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that Mexico has eliminated trachoma as a public health issue. Trachoma, which is caused by bacteria, affects the eye and repeated infections can lead to scarring and a loss of vision. Mexico is the first […]
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